May 26, 2012

SandBoxBlogs: Garfield Public Info "WHALE (We Have A Little Emergency)"

Garfield County Sheriff:
"The WHALE program (We Have A Little Emergency) is an identification and information package for child car safety seats.

The first program of its kind in theUnited States, WHALE is currently used in 32 states and soon nationwide. It requires the use of four self-adhesive stickers and one information label. 

One information label attached to the rear of the car seat provides important information about that child in the seat, such as name, date of birth, medical history, and who to contact in case of emergency.  Two WHALE Car Seat Stickers attach to the sides of the safety seat and two WHALE Vehicle Stickers attach to the rear side widows of the vehicle help depict the WHALE logo and alert rescuers that the vehicle occupants participate in the program.

The WHALE program is a simple and viable way to ensure proper and efficient treatment of children in the event of an automobile accident.

We feel this program will relieve some of the frustration rescuers feel while trying to obtain information about a child in a car safety seat at the scene of an automobile accident. It also saves valuable time when injuries are involved. The WHALE program can make a difference, but its success depends on you...."
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1 comment:

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